9 Replies to “Why Instagram and Dailybooth suck”

  1. How much do these programs suck if you don’t wreck/strip the original photo of its data and just edit a copy of it? That’s what I do.

  2. Ditto! Picplz is awesome. I feel like it has a lot of Flickr-like functionality (maps, tagging, time/date info, commenting, faves, etc.) which attracts me to it.

    The only reason I haven’t been using it more is because Pixelpipe doesn’t crosspost to it (yet).

  3. have a looksie at Badger, launching at SXSW, keeps all exif data, plugs it on a map, and well have a look, still in beta, but launching soon with an iPhone app to boot.

  4. have a looksie at Badger, launching at SXSW, keeps all exif data, plugs it on a map, and well have a look, still in beta, but launching soon with an iPhone app to boot.

  5. I find the loss of data in posted photos so unnerving, no names, situation/ location and no date is the clincher, we are in a world of no time to add details, to make for a more worthy post of photos which deserve to be treated with more respect. I loved Laurie Voss’ article and historically, she is right on.
    Finding a photo without data is such a feeling of loss…..G

  6. Good point about keeping the data. It seems you’re right about Flickr making the Exif tags accessible throught their API. But I’m not able to extract the ones coming out of Twitpic. Are you sure their Exif tags are also available. 

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